|Music On Vinyl
Release Date: 01 December 2014
Format: LP Double Vinyl
Out of Stock
|LAMB WHAT SOUND Limited Blue Transparent 180gram Audiophile Vinyl 2LP Set
What Sound is Manchester electronic music duo Lamb's third release from 2001. The producer/vocal duo of Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes is joined by session musicians Arto Lindsay on guitar, Me'Shell NdegéOcello on bass, and Michael Franti with additional vocal work. Doves guitarist Jimi Goodwin, producers Nellee Hooper and Richard Dorfmeister (of Kruder & Dorfmeister fame) also contributed to the album. The track "Heaven" was used repeatedly by the television series Six Feet Under.
Still one of the most inventive groups in electronica, Lamb continued pushing the boundaries of singer/songwriter Drum'n'Bass three albums in. Andy Barlow's productions again set a gold standard for ambitious, evocative, intelligent accompaniment of Louise Rhodes' vocals. If there were any doubters about Lamb being the brightest, most talented singer/producer combo in electronica, What Sound is all the argument needed to the contrary.
The Music On Vinyl 2LP reissue of What Sound includes the winning track of a worldwide remix contest for the song "Heaven", by Czech producer OWER.
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Includes exclusive unreleased remix of "Heaven"
First pressing of 1500 copies on blue transparent vinyl
1. WHAT SOUND
1. I CRY
2. SCRATCH BASS
2. JUST IS
3. HEAVEN (OWER REMIX)